Seeking to improve IT security, researchers from the PESTO project team have devised an “innovative and effective” method for identifying vulnerabilities in implementations of TLS, an essential protocol for securing data exchanges over internet. This method has already shown its worth, having been used to discover four new vulnerabilities, one of which was critical.
Next Colloquium will take place on Thursday, March 2nd at 1:30 pm in the amphitheater.
We will have the pleasure to welcome Anne-Cécile Orgerie, CNRS researcher at the IRISA (Rennes). Her presentation will be in French and is entitled Consommation énergétique et impacts environnementaux des systèmes distribués.
The Loria laboratory sends you its best wishes for this new year.
Discover in this video clip the highlights of the past year:
Thanks to the combined efforts of four researchers from Inria, Loria (CNRS, Inria, University of Lorraine) and University of Picardie Jules-Verne, an encrypted letter from Charles V has been decrypted and confirmed remarkable historic facts, five centuries after being written. This is the story of an unusual yet successful collaboration between computer scientists and historians.
Congratulations to Claire Gardent, CNRS researcher in the Synalp team, who has been selected as 2022 ACL Fellow!